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Nov 15, 2012 10:00pm PST
in washington, they will tell you that there is a lot of behavior that while it was unethical and perhaps morally suspect didn't rise to the level of criminal conduct. >> reporter: is it sometimes just easier to go to the guy who is on the bottom of the food chain? >> it's certainly a lot easier, but that doesn't make it right. and it doesn't really accomplish the broader goals that you want from your department of justice in the aftermath of a crisis, and that's to make it very clear that if you break the law, if you do this type of unethical behavior that you will be held accountable. and all the charlie engles in the world rotting in jail aren't going to accomplish that goal. >> it may not surprise you to learn that charlie engle is petitioning for a new trial hoping to overturn his conviction. charlie still owes the banks $250,000 in restitution. >>> up next here tonight, on the trail of the man u.s. officials call the largest single threat to america. >>> and later, the pitfalls of four stars. life at the top of the military, according to those who have been there. bye daddy! bye! by
Nov 29, 2012 10:00pm PST
, the abdullahs would each be recruited by the country's elite division i colleges to pac 12 washington state. >> how did you get a scholarship? >> the first was prayer and my mother. after i came from high school, i had two years. she said, i'll let you go to high school if you earn a division i championship. >> what he's leaving out is when he left for college, he was only 16. >> reporter: yeah, you could have gotten that up a little higher in the story. you were only 16? >> yes, ma'am. i have one shot to play one year of varsity football, and i have one shot to make it, and due to the grace and mercy of god, we made that happen. >> reporter: on defense, hamza was an electric ifying player. he was awakened by a teammate at 6:00 in the morning. >> my brother was a boxer in the navy at the time, and i thought about if someone is attacking america, if someone is attacking my country, my brother is going to be there. >> reporter: and it must have changed everything for you. how long before people were asking you about your faith, about terrorism, about what you believe? >> i'm sitting in the do
Nov 1, 2012 10:00pm PDT
of the storm. and their guests were game, including denzel washington and donald trump appeared this week wearing his customary orange top. a lot of new yorkers who have power and need a little lift every day have come to love mayor bloomberg's storm briefings. first, for the woman who may be the most expressive signer for the deaf in all of human history. and then the moment each day when the mayor switches to spanish or something awfully close. [ speaking spanish ] the mayor gets credit for diligence, if not style. he's been taking lessons for year, during spare moments at home, in the car, on the subway before it was flooded. even if his spanish is delivered in his same boston native accent he uses for english, in this light, you get points for trying. [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: running a city of 8 million people plunged into partial darkness and chaos is difficult enough. social media played a big role in this storm. it helped get a lot of information out. sadly, it also spread a lot of lies. the false twitter rumors included the new york stock exchange, false. the ominous stor
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